They are linked. Years of mounting evidence proves it. And The US Government FINALLY concedes.
If they not, then why did they pay off this girl’s family?
Ga. girl helps link autism to childhood vaccines
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Published on: 03/06/08
In a move autism family advocates call unprecedented, federal health officials have concluded that childhood vaccines contributed to symptoms of the disorder in a 9-year-old Georgia girl.
While government officials continue to maintain that vaccines don’t cause autism, advocates say the recent settlement of the girl’s injury case in a secretive federal vaccine court shows otherwise.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has concluded the family of Hannah Poling of Athens is entitled to compensation from a federal vaccine injury fund, according to the text of a court document in the case. The amount of the family’s award is still being determined.
The language in the document does not establish a clear-cut vaccine-autism link. But it does say the government concluded that vaccines aggravated a rare underlying metabolic condition that resulted in a brain disorder “with features of autism spectrum disorder.”
In an interview Wednesday with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Hannah’s parents, Jon and Terry Poling, said the government’s concession in the case will help pay for the numerous therapists and other medical experts their autistic child needs — now and for the rest of her life.
Lots of people think it’s hogwash that vaccines cause injuries. But if that was the case, why the heck do we have a secretive federal vaccine court!?!?!
The rest of the article is really good. There are lots of good points made and I think it will be interesting to see how this alters the course of the “secretive federal vaccine court!”
Safer vaccines!! WE NEED SAFER CLEANER VACCINES FOR OUR CHILDREN! WHY is that too much to ask!?!?! We can send a man to the moon, but we can’t figure out how to create safe and clean vaccines for our children – the very people who we need to be healthy enough to run our country 50 years from now.